You can use cURL to upload a file:
curl -F 'firstname.lastname@example.org' https://upload.arav.top
curl --proxy 127.0.0.1:4444 -F 'email@example.com' http://upload.arav.i2p
A resulted link looks like this:
filename.ext is mandatory. It is a name the file will be retrieved with.
You can delete a file using cURL:
curl -XDELETE https://upload.arav.top/<hash>
curl --proxy 127.0.0.1:4444 -XDELETE http://upload.arav.i2p/<hash>
I WILL cooperate with law enforcements and provide them with logs, guess I shouldn't clarify why. Abuses should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upload logs include: access time, IP-address, name of a file it was uploaded with, a SHA-256 hash of the file, download name*, size of the file in bytes, User-Agent.
Each download and deletion are also being logged and include: access time, IP-address, name of a file it was requested with, download name*, User-Agent.
*Download name is a salted SHA-256 hash of the file encoded using base64 raw URL encoding. The hash is being salted to make useless any attempt of bruteforcing.